anonymous
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The following is an incomplete paragraph proving that the opposite angles of parallelogram ABCD are congruent: Parallelogram ABCD is shown where segment AB is parallel to segment DC and segment BC is parallel to segment AD. According to the given information, segment AB is parallel to segment DC and segment BC is parallel to segment AD.. Using a straightedge, extend segment AB and place point P above point B. By the same reasoning, extend segment AD and place point T to the left of point A. Angles BCD and PBC are congruent by the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem. Angles PBC and BAD are
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anonymous
  • anonymous
congruent to ∠CDA. Consequently, opposite angles of parallelogram ABCD are congruent. What properties accurately complete the proof?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A) 1. Addition 2. Transitive B) 1.Reflexive 2. Reflexive C) 1. Substitution 2. Reflexive D) 1.Transitive 2. Transitive
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@SolomonZelman help please?

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